Destination:

Australia & New Zealand

Destination:

Australia & New Zealand

Why cruise to Australia and New Zealand?

Epic landscapes, colorful cultures and laid-back charm – experience it all with the #1 cruise line in Australia – Princess. We’ll take you to its golden beaches, rugged outback, world-class cities and beyond. And on board, we’ll delight you with local food and entertainment as you set course for wonderful new discoveries.

Cruises

Australia Cruises

Your choice of Australian ports is as grand as the continent itself. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the Sydney Opera House. Trek through one of the world’s last temperate rainforests in Tasmania, sample award-winning wine in Margaret River and snorkel in the crystalline waters of the Great Barrier Reef or ride camelback on a beach in Broome.

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New Zealand Cruises

Marvel at the spectacular scenery of Fiordland National Park, voted one of the 7 Cruise World Wonders by Condé Nast Traveler. Immerse yourself in Māori culture, see glowworms twinkle in underground caves outside Auckland, stroll the famed Art Deco city of Napier, and peek into moviemaking magic with The Lord of the Rings tour in Wellington.

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Australia Outback Adventure

Visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: soak in the brilliant underwater colours of the Great Barrier Reef, and then watch the setting sun transform the sky as Uluru glows red from afar.

Papua New Guinea and Reef

Travel to remote and unspoiled locations while visiting local villages and witnessing fascinating cultural traditions. Guests stay in comfortable lodges in the Wewak and Sepik River regions of Papua New Guinea. Complete this extensive and highly active land tour with the Great Barrier Reef prior to the start of your voyage.

Ultimate Australia

Our most extensive Land & Sea Vacation guides you through the highlights of Sydney, radiant Uluru in the heart of the outback, scenic Kakadu National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site teeming with wildlife), Darwin, Port Douglas and the Great Barrier Reef.

Ports

Auckland, New Zealand

From the ancient underground labyrinth known as the Waitomo Glowworm Caves to the helicopter rides over the city, Auckland is a city of breathtaking extremes.

Brisbane, Australia

The gateway to the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, Brisbane is also a living museum dedicated to keeping its heritage alive with an abundance of 19th century buildings.

Melbourne, Australia

Stroll through Queen Victoria Market, a Melbourne institution since 1878, and pick up gourmet goods. For cutting-edge culture, food and shopping, Federation Square offers a city block full of galleries, restaurants and stores.

Perth (Fremantle), Australia

Western Australia’s capital is a cosmopolitan mix of high rises and colonial buildings, beautiful beaches and verdant parkland, as well as the mystical yellow quartz sand of the Pinnacles Desert.

Sydney, Australia

The Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge are just two of the welcoming sights greeting you as you approach Australia’s oldest and largest city. Once you’re in town, visit the golden sands of Bondi Beach, travel to the Blue Mountains, or explore the historic Rocks district.